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This is one of my favorites out of all the Poldark books. In this installment, Ross Poldark and Demelza are now happily married and giving birth to their first child, Julia. She struggles with the marriage because there are great challenges including Elizabeth’s shadow over Ross. Even though Elizabeth is married to Francis, she will never forget that Ross once loved her and she’s determined to create the best marriage and life possible with him, to win his true love. Demelza’s character matures and grows as she becomes more confident in society and she proves herself to Ross and everyone else equally.

Much happens in this installment with the birth of Julia and also Demelza’s persistence with getting Verity coupled with Captain Blamey. She knows that Verity deserves to have a life of love–like everyone else–even if it’s against the family’s wishes. Ross spends much time away from home and deals with his business ventures. The drama between the Warleggans’ and the Poldarks’ ensues…

“George stared across the street. ‘There is only one trouble with the Poldarks,’ he said after a moment. ‘They cannot take a beating.’
‘And only one trouble with the Warleggans,’ said Ross. ‘They never know when they are not wanted.’
George’s color deepened. ‘But they can appreciate and remember an insult.’
‘Well, I trust you will remember this one.’ Ross turned his back and went down the steps into the tavern.”


I love all the primary and secondary characters in this series! They’re well developed and all the books are full of scenes that keep you reading until the last page. I love the world Winston Graham created and all the drama to go with it including the love, jealously, murder, crime, death, grief, and hate. There’s so much going on here and in just one novel.

I admire my edition of Demelza because it was published during my year of birth and I think the cover is very interesting. Even though I don’t like small paperbacks that much, I made an exception with this one because it matches my set. The pages are faded a bit, but it’s in fairly decent shape for its age at forty years.

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this is one of my favorites out of all the poldark books. in this installment, ross poldark and demelza are now happily married and giving birth to their first child, julia. she struggles with the marriage because there are great challenges including elizabeth’s shadow over ross. even though elizabeth is married to francis, she will never forget that ross once loved her and she’s determined to create the best marriage and life possible with him, to win his true love. demelza’s character matures and grows as she becomes more confident in society and she proves herself to ross and everyone else equally.

much happens in this installment with the birth of julia and also demelza’s persistence with getting verity coupled with captain blamey. she knows that verity deserves to have a life of love–like everyone else–even if it’s against the family’s wishes. ross spends much time away from home and deals with his business ventures. the drama between the warleggans’ and the poldarks’ ensues…

“george stared across the street. ‘there is only one trouble with the poldarks,’ he said after a moment. ‘they cannot take a beating.’
‘and only one trouble with the warleggans,’ said ross. ‘they never know when they are not wanted.’
george’s color deepened. ‘but they can appreciate and remember an insult.’
‘well, i trust you will remember this one.’ ross turned his back and went down the steps into the tavern.”


i love all the primary and secondary characters in this series! they’re well developed and all the books are full of scenes that keep you reading until the last page. i love the world winston graham created and all the drama to go with it including the love, jealously, murder, crime, death, grief, and hate. there’s so much going on here and in just one novel.

i admire my edition of demelza because it was published during my year of birth and i think the cover is very interesting. even though i don’t like small paperbacks that much, i made an exception with this one because it matches my set. the pages are faded a bit, but it’s in fairly decent shape for its age at forty years.

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this is one of my favorites out of all the poldark books. in this installment, ross poldark and demelza are now happily married and giving birth to their first child, julia. she struggles with the marriage because there are great challenges including elizabeth’s shadow over ross. even though elizabeth is married to francis, she will never forget that ross once loved her and she’s determined to create the best marriage and life possible with him, to win his true love. demelza’s character matures and grows as she becomes more confident in society and she proves herself to ross and everyone else equally.

much happens in this installment with the birth of julia and also demelza’s persistence with getting verity coupled with captain blamey. she knows that verity deserves to have a life of love–like everyone else–even if it’s against the family’s wishes. ross spends much time away from home and deals with his business ventures. the drama between the warleggans’ and the poldarks’ ensues…

“george stared across the street. ‘there is only one trouble with the poldarks,’ he said after a moment. ‘they cannot take a beating.’
‘and only one trouble with the warleggans,’ said ross. ‘they never know when they are not wanted.’
george’s color deepened. ‘but they can appreciate and remember an insult.’
‘well, i trust you will remember this one.’ ross turned his back and went down the steps into the tavern.”


i love all the primary and secondary characters in this series! they’re well developed and all the books are full of scenes that keep you reading until the last page. i love the world winston graham created and all the drama to go with it including the love, jealously, murder, crime, death, grief, and hate. there’s so much going on here and in just one novel.

i admire my edition of demelza because it was published during my year of birth and i think the cover is very interesting. even though i don’t like small paperbacks that much, i made an exception with this one because it matches my set. the pages are faded a bit, but it’s in fairly decent shape for its age at forty years.

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this is one of my favorites out of all the poldark books. in this installment, ross poldark and demelza are now happily married and giving birth to their first child, julia. she struggles with the marriage because there are great challenges including elizabeth’s shadow over ross. even though elizabeth is married to francis, she will never forget that ross once loved her and she’s determined to create the best marriage and life possible with him, to win his true love. demelza’s character matures and grows as she becomes more confident in society and she proves herself to ross and everyone else equally.

much happens in this installment with the birth of julia and also demelza’s persistence with getting verity coupled with captain blamey. she knows that verity deserves to have a life of love–like everyone else–even if it’s against the family’s wishes. ross spends much time away from home and deals with his business ventures. the drama between the warleggans’ and the poldarks’ ensues…

“george stared across the street. ‘there is only one trouble with the poldarks,’ he said after a moment. ‘they cannot take a beating.’
‘and only one trouble with the warleggans,’ said ross. ‘they never know when they are not wanted.’
george’s color deepened. ‘but they can appreciate and remember an insult.’
‘well, i trust you will remember this one.’ ross turned his back and went down the steps into the tavern.”


i love all the primary and secondary characters in this series! they’re well developed and all the books are full of scenes that keep you reading until the last page. i love the world winston graham created and all the drama to go with it including the love, jealously, murder, crime, death, grief, and hate. there’s so much going on here and in just one novel.

i admire my edition of demelza because it was published during my year of birth and i think the cover is very interesting. even though i don’t like small paperbacks that much, i made an exception with this one because it matches my set. the pages are faded a bit, but it’s in fairly decent shape for its age at forty years.

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this is one of my favorites out of all the poldark books. in this installment, ross poldark and demelza are now happily married and giving birth to their first child, julia. she struggles with the marriage because there are great challenges including elizabeth’s shadow over ross. even though elizabeth is married to francis, she will never forget that ross once loved her and she’s determined to create the best marriage and life possible with him, to win his true love. demelza’s character matures and grows as she becomes more confident in society and she proves herself to ross and everyone else equally.

much happens in this installment with the birth of julia and also demelza’s persistence with getting verity coupled with captain blamey. she knows that verity deserves to have a life of love–like everyone else–even if it’s against the family’s wishes. ross spends much time away from home and deals with his business ventures. the drama between the warleggans’ and the poldarks’ ensues…

“george stared across the street. ‘there is only one trouble with the poldarks,’ he said after a moment. ‘they cannot take a beating.’
‘and only one trouble with the warleggans,’ said ross. ‘they never know when they are not wanted.’
george’s color deepened. ‘but they can appreciate and remember an insult.’
‘well, i trust you will remember this one.’ ross turned his back and went down the steps into the tavern.”


i love all the primary and secondary characters in this series! they’re well developed and all the books are full of scenes that keep you reading until the last page. i love the world winston graham created and all the drama to go with it including the love, jealously, murder, crime, death, grief, and hate. there’s so much going on here and in just one novel.

i admire my edition of demelza because it was published during my year of birth and i think the cover is very interesting. even though i don’t like small paperbacks that much, i made an exception with this one because it matches my set. the pages are faded a bit, but it’s in fairly decent shape for its age at forty years.

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this is one of my favorites out of all the poldark books. in this installment, ross poldark and demelza are now happily married and giving birth to their first child, julia. she struggles with the marriage because there are great challenges including elizabeth’s shadow over ross. even though elizabeth is married to francis, she will never forget that ross once loved her and she’s determined to create the best marriage and life possible with him, to win his true love. demelza’s character matures and grows as she becomes more confident in society and she proves herself to ross and everyone else equally.

much happens in this installment with the birth of julia and also demelza’s persistence with getting verity coupled with captain blamey. she knows that verity deserves to have a life of love–like everyone else–even if it’s against the family’s wishes. ross spends much time away from home and deals with his business ventures. the drama between the warleggans’ and the poldarks’ ensues…

“george stared across the street. ‘there is only one trouble with the poldarks,’ he said after a moment. ‘they cannot take a beating.’
‘and only one trouble with the warleggans,’ said ross. ‘they never know when they are not wanted.’
george’s color deepened. ‘but they can appreciate and remember an insult.’
‘well, i trust you will remember this one.’ ross turned his back and went down the steps into the tavern.”


i love all the primary and secondary characters in this series! they’re well developed and all the books are full of scenes that keep you reading until the last page. i love the world winston graham created and all the drama to go with it including the love, jealously, murder, crime, death, grief, and hate. there’s so much going on here and in just one novel.

i admire my edition of demelza because it was published during my year of birth and i think the cover is very interesting. even though i don’t like small paperbacks that much, i made an exception with this one because it matches my set. the pages are faded a bit, but it’s in fairly decent shape for its age at forty years.

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this is one of my favorites out of all the poldark books. in this installment, ross poldark and demelza are now happily married and giving birth to their first child, julia. she struggles with the marriage because there are great challenges including elizabeth’s shadow over ross. even though elizabeth is married to francis, she will never forget that ross once loved her and she’s determined to create the best marriage and life possible with him, to win his true love. demelza’s character matures and grows as she becomes more confident in society and she proves herself to ross and everyone else equally.

much happens in this installment with the birth of julia and also demelza’s persistence with getting verity coupled with captain blamey. she knows that verity deserves to have a life of love–like everyone else–even if it’s against the family’s wishes. ross spends much time away from home and deals with his business ventures. the drama between the warleggans’ and the poldarks’ ensues…

“george stared across the street. ‘there is only one trouble with the poldarks,’ he said after a moment. ‘they cannot take a beating.’
‘and only one trouble with the warleggans,’ said ross. ‘they never know when they are not wanted.’
george’s color deepened. ‘but they can appreciate and remember an insult.’
‘well, i trust you will remember this one.’ ross turned his back and went down the steps into the tavern.”


i love all the primary and secondary characters in this series! they’re well developed and all the books are full of scenes that keep you reading until the last page. i love the world winston graham created and all the drama to go with it including the love, jealously, murder, crime, death, grief, and hate. there’s so much going on here and in just one novel.

i admire my edition of demelza because it was published during my year of birth and i think the cover is very interesting. even though i don’t like small paperbacks that much, i made an exception with this one because it matches my set. the pages are faded a bit, but it’s in fairly decent shape for its age at forty years.

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this is one of my favorites out of all the poldark books. in this installment, ross poldark and demelza are now happily married and giving birth to their first child, julia. she struggles with the marriage because there are great challenges including elizabeth’s shadow over ross. even though elizabeth is married to francis, she will never forget that ross once loved her and she’s determined to create the best marriage and life possible with him, to win his true love. demelza’s character matures and grows as she becomes more confident in society and she proves herself to ross and everyone else equally.

much happens in this installment with the birth of julia and also demelza’s persistence with getting verity coupled with captain blamey. she knows that verity deserves to have a life of love–like everyone else–even if it’s against the family’s wishes. ross spends much time away from home and deals with his business ventures. the drama between the warleggans’ and the poldarks’ ensues…

“george stared across the street. ‘there is only one trouble with the poldarks,’ he said after a moment. ‘they cannot take a beating.’
‘and only one trouble with the warleggans,’ said ross. ‘they never know when they are not wanted.’
george’s color deepened. ‘but they can appreciate and remember an insult.’
‘well, i trust you will remember this one.’ ross turned his back and went down the steps into the tavern.”


i love all the primary and secondary characters in this series! they’re well developed and all the books are full of scenes that keep you reading until the last page. i love the world winston graham created and all the drama to go with it including the love, jealously, murder, crime, death, grief, and hate. there’s so much going on here and in just one novel.

i admire my edition of demelza because it was published during my year of birth and i think the cover is very interesting. even though i don’t like small paperbacks that much, i made an exception with this one because it matches my set. the pages are faded a bit, but it’s in fairly decent shape for its age at forty years.

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this is one of my favorites out of all the poldark books. in this installment, ross poldark and demelza are now happily married and giving birth to their first child, julia. she struggles with the marriage because there are great challenges including elizabeth’s shadow over ross. even though elizabeth is married to francis, she will never forget that ross once loved her and she’s determined to create the best marriage and life possible with him, to win his true love. demelza’s character matures and grows as she becomes more confident in society and she proves herself to ross and everyone else equally.

much happens in this installment with the birth of julia and also demelza’s persistence with getting verity coupled with captain blamey. she knows that verity deserves to have a life of love–like everyone else–even if it’s against the family’s wishes. ross spends much time away from home and deals with his business ventures. the drama between the warleggans’ and the poldarks’ ensues…

“george stared across the street. ‘there is only one trouble with the poldarks,’ he said after a moment. ‘they cannot take a beating.’
‘and only one trouble with the warleggans,’ said ross. ‘they never know when they are not wanted.’
george’s color deepened. ‘but they can appreciate and remember an insult.’
‘well, i trust you will remember this one.’ ross turned his back and went down the steps into the tavern.”


i love all the primary and secondary characters in this series! they’re well developed and all the books are full of scenes that keep you reading until the last page. i love the world winston graham created and all the drama to go with it including the love, jealously, murder, crime, death, grief, and hate. there’s so much going on here and in just one novel.

i admire my edition of demelza because it was published during my year of birth and i think the cover is very interesting. even though i don’t like small paperbacks that much, i made an exception with this one because it matches my set. the pages are faded a bit, but it’s in fairly decent shape for its age at forty years.

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this is one of my favorites out of all the poldark books. in this installment, ross poldark and demelza are now happily married and giving birth to their first child, julia. she struggles with the marriage because there are great challenges including elizabeth’s shadow over ross. even though elizabeth is married to francis, she will never forget that ross once loved her and she’s determined to create the best marriage and life possible with him, to win his true love. demelza’s character matures and grows as she becomes more confident in society and she proves herself to ross and everyone else equally.

much happens in this installment with the birth of julia and also demelza’s persistence with getting verity coupled with captain blamey. she knows that verity deserves to have a life of love–like everyone else–even if it’s against the family’s wishes. ross spends much time away from home and deals with his business ventures. the drama between the warleggans’ and the poldarks’ ensues…

“george stared across the street. ‘there is only one trouble with the poldarks,’ he said after a moment. ‘they cannot take a beating.’
‘and only one trouble with the warleggans,’ said ross. ‘they never know when they are not wanted.’
george’s color deepened. ‘but they can appreciate and remember an insult.’
‘well, i trust you will remember this one.’ ross turned his back and went down the steps into the tavern.”


i love all the primary and secondary characters in this series! they’re well developed and all the books are full of scenes that keep you reading until the last page. i love the world winston graham created and all the drama to go with it including the love, jealously, murder, crime, death, grief, and hate. there’s so much going on here and in just one novel.

i admire my edition of demelza because it was published during my year of birth and i think the cover is very interesting. even though i don’t like small paperbacks that much, i made an exception with this one because it matches my set. the pages are faded a bit, but it’s in fairly decent shape for its age at forty years.

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